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[texts]Future Io Exploration for 2013-2022 and Beyond, Part 1: Justification and Science Objectives - David A. Williams
This white paper (revised draft) summarizes the current scientific questions regarding Jupiter's volcanic moon Io, and the scientific objectives and measurements that need to be accomplished by future exploration. (Final version with additional coauthors).
Keywords: Io; NASA; Decadal
Downloads: 61
[texts]Future Io Exploration for 2013-2022 and Beyond, Part 2: Recommendations for Missions - David A. Williams
This revised white paper lists our recommendations for mission concepts and instruments to accomplish the science objectives for future exploration of Jupiter's moon Io for the decade of 2013-2022 and beyond. (Final version with additional coauthors).
Keywords: Io; NASA; Decadal
Downloads: 123
[texts]Future Io Exploration for 2013-2022 and Beyond, Part 1: Justification and Science Objectives - David A. Williams
This white paper (revised draft) summarizes the current scientific questions regarding Jupiter's volcanic moon Io, and the scientific objectives and measurements that need to be accomplished by future exploration. (Final version with additional coauthors).
Keywords: Io; NASA; Decadal
Downloads: 172
[texts]Future Io Exploration for 2013-2022 and Beyond, Part 2: Recommendations for Missions - David A. Williams
This revised white paper lists our recommendations for mission concepts and instruments to accomplish the science objectives for future exploration of Jupiter's moon Io for the decade of 2013-2022 and beyond. (Final version with additional coauthors).
Keywords: Io; NASA; Decadal
Downloads: 140
[texts]Io Observer Concept Study - Elizabeth Turtle
The Jovian moon Io is likely the most geologically active body in the solar system, offering insight into tidal heating, volcanic processes, and other phenomena. However, its location within Jupiter's radiation belt presents significant engineering challenges that must be addressed to enable future missions to Io. Under the direction of NASA, and with direct guidance from the National Research Council's (NRC's) Satellites Panel, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's (JPL's) Advanced Project Design Tea...
Keywords: Io; NASA; Mission Concept Study; Decadal
Downloads: 202
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